Aussie couple make desperate plea to thieves who stole pet dog Mitzy from their home
- Nine-year-old Mitzy was stolen from her home after a man lured her into his car
- The alleged dognapper is seen stopping at the front of the home in a Holden Ute
- Police urge Anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000
An Australian couple’s desperately begging thieves to return their beloved dog after it got taken from the front of their home.
Nine-year-old Mitzy went missing from the family home in Perth‘s northern suburb of Sinagra at 8:30 pm on Friday.
The couple initially thought their mixed-breed pooch had gone missing, but after checking the home’s security camera, they saw a man lure their beloved pet away.
The alleged dognapper was heard luring Mitzy by whistling before driving away in a white Holden Commodore Ute (pictured)
‘That’s when we found out it went from being missing to her (Mitzy) getting stolen,’ Andrew told 7News.
The alleged dognapper is seen driving a white Commodore ute with a black roof, a hard tonneau cover and aftermarket exhaust when he spots Mitzy walking on the footpath.
The man stops his vehicle outside the family home, gets out of the car and whistles at Mitzy luring the dog out of view.
Mitzy’s owners said they just want their dog back after watching the ‘sickening’ footage.
‘Please just don’t hurt her,’ Tracey said.
‘Please just return her. Take her to a vet, take her anywhere, no questions asked.’
Police have urged the public to come forward with any information that will help track down the stolen pet.
Anyone with information of Mitzy’s whereabouts is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
The nine-year-old mix-breed dog (pictured) was allegedly stolen outside the family home in Perth’s northern suburb of Sinagra at 8:30pm on Friday. Her owners have made a desperate plea to the thief to return their pet home